08 March 2017
Written by Lora Dimitrova
20 May 2017, Saturday, Piano Master class
2:00-4:20pm Master class with Murray Mclachlan
2pm ANNA CRAWFORD - Beethoven Piano concerto No. 1 in C major op.15, 1st mvt.
2:20pm AMIRI HAREWOOD - Chopin Fantasy in F minor op.49
2:40pm ASHLEY SOLANO - Haydn Sonata in E minor Hob. XVI/34, 1st mvt.
3pm VINCENT YOUNG - Beethoven Sonata D minor op.31/2, 1st mvt.
3:20pm CLAIRE PEPOSHI - Bach Fugue in F minor BWV857
3:40pm DANIEL CARSTAIRS - Chopin Etude op.25/1 Ab major
4pm DAVID DREEBIN - Beethoven Sonata C minor, op.13 "Pathetique" - 3d mvt.
4:20-5pm break, afternoon tea and refreshments for all guests and participants
5:00pm Murray McLachlan piano recital
Murray Mclachlan is a concert pianist with a discography of over 40 commercial recordings. He has appeared as soloist with most of the leading U.K. orchestras. His recognition has been far-reaching, bringing invitations to perform on all five continents. He regularly gives recitals and Master classes in the UK.
McLachlan teaches at the Royal Northern College of Music and is a Head of Keyboard at the Chetham's School of Music. He is a founder of the Manchester International Concerto competition, and is the Founder/Artistic Director of the world famous Chetham's International Summer school and Festival for Pianists, Europe's largest summer school devoted exclusively to the piano.
McLachlan is editor of "Piano Professional Magazine", as well as Chair of the UK section of the EPTA (European Piano Teachers' Association). He is well known for his articles on piano technique and repertoire. In 1997 he was awarded a knighthood by the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in recognition of his services to Music in Malta. This was followed by a Honorary Doctorate by the University of Dundee for outstanding services to music and education.
Performers: £10 (covers participation and recital)
Public observation of Master class: £10
Audience for recital performance only: £6
Entry to both events: £15